November 21, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Redhawks shake off sluggish start

Senior John Trapp opened the evening with a 79-yard kickoff return and sealed the deal with two touchdown runs in the fourth quarter, leading the Westwood Redhawks to a 34-10 win over the Colleton County Cougars in a first round Class 4A playoff win More...

Cavaliers sign to play in college

Senior Shayla Phillip (sitting) signs a National Letter of Intent on November 12 to play volleyball at Samford University in Alabama. Standing behind Phillip is RNE volleyball coach Keredith James. More...

Mack signs with VCU

On November 13, Dreher star basketball player Tevin Mack signed a National Letter of Intent to play for Virginia Commonwealth University next year. More...

Dutch Fork dominates Mauldin

The Dutch Fork Silver Foxes welcomed the visiting Mauldin Mavericks to the Class 4A Division I playoffs by scoring 28-first quarter points on them and then coasting to a 49-0 victory. More...

Falcons score early and often to advance

The old saying goes, games can’t be won in the first quarter, but in A.C. Flora’s case, it can. More...

Dutch Fork cheerleaders are state champs!

The Dutch Fork Silver Foxes’ Cheerleading Team, 2014 Class 4A State Champions: Pictured (l-r) First row-Danielle Alston, Kyra Ross-EL, Maddie Campanella (captain), Courtney Brown (captain), Joh More...

Dozier is going to be a Gamecock

On November 12, Spring Valley’s P.J. Dozier signed a National Letter of Intent to play baskeball for the University of South Carolina. More...